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It usually asks “do you feel this is accurate” or something and then it allows you to comment why you feel the decision is wrong. I say because it’s an actual PUSSY. Or DICK! Whatever you see be blunt about it. A few minutes later it will be removed.

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Original Poster4 points · 16 days ago

Nahhh unfortunately I didn’t get that option

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Original Poster7 points · 16 days ago

Ok that you for your opinion but is it really to much to ask to not be seeing a trans woman slapping a giant dildo against her penis/vagina?

4.4k points · 1 month ago

Secretariat was a horse, but he often won by many lengths. Here is an image to give you an idea of how stupid fast this horse was, it really wasn't a competition in most cases. https://www.secretariat.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Belmont_-Stakes_-31-lengths_photo1.jpg

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4 points · 1 month ago

In the same vein was ruffian. Fastest filly ever, and was likely the fastest horse ever. Unfortunately, In a race against secretariat, she broke her leg (while in the lead!) and never raced again.

20 points · 1 month ago

Because one minus infinity is still infinity so why bother playing their games.

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-8 points · 1 month ago

Why are you trying to justify petty insults to demean someone, regardless of how much you dislike him ? You gain nothing from them, and the people that support him gain an arguing point. Would it not be better to just either 1) not say anything or 2) not weaken your entire argument just to use an ultimately useless insult?

13 points · 1 month ago

Nobody's argument is weakened by speaking poorly of Cheeto Mussolini, geez. Why are you going so far out of your way to defend the serial sexual assaulter in chief? He's a fascist piece of shit, and we can call a spade a spade. You do realize that you are defending the POTUS from anonymous online insults, right? Literally nobody is helped by your white-knighting. You seem like a "radical centrist" type that cares more about how polite political conversations are than you do about the actual substance of those conversations.

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2 points · 1 month ago

I’m not defending the US president, I’m just giving my reasoning for why I think it’s unhelpful to use petty insults. You obviously don’t have to care about what I have to say, but i felt it should be said.

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Did you post this twice?

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Original Poster7 points · 2 months ago

First one got removed because I was a bit too spastic to flare the first post

-32 points · 2 months ago · edited 2 months ago

They very much died. Not the same day, two of them died inside of 2 weeks and the third a short while later. Buried in a lead lined coffin.

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19 points · 2 months ago

Very incorrect. https://www.businessinsider.com/chernobyl-volunteers-divers-nuclear-mission-2016-4

One of the men is still alive, none of them died within a few weeks. Other people also entered the basement before them to measure radiation levels.

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13 points · 2 months ago

Very incorrect. https://www.businessinsider.com/chernobyl-volunteers-divers-nuclear-mission-2016-4

One of the men is still alive, none of them died within a few weeks. Other people also entered the basement before them to measure radiation levels.

7 points · 2 months ago

They make them record every possible individual sound a human could make, and then stitch those pieces together to make words.

Original Poster2 points · 2 months ago

Thanks for help

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-1 points · 2 months ago

He didn’t factor it correctly, he just happened to make two mistakes that canceled out. The correct factorization is :

(7ax-7bx)+(2by-2ay)

7x(a-b)-2y(a-b)

(7x-2y)(a-b)

Just because the lights were off dosent mean there isnt any light in the room dip fuck

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Original Poster3 points · 2 months ago

I... read over that sentence again, but carefully.

In the patially lit room

The janitor turned the lights on

Moonlight exists you dipshit

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Original Poster4 points · 2 months ago

Wow you’re getting very offended by a very minor thing. And what point are you trying to argue? Because at this point it sounds like you’re trying to argue my original point. You seem very emotionally stressed so I’m going to put this to rest and say goodbye, I hope you fix whatever is troubling you.

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Hi all! Recently I deployed a small website. It has a signup and login function, and stores passwords in an hashed and salted state. This got me wondering: how do hackers actually get information from a website? You would think that since it’s encrypted there isn’t much they could do.

Edit: hashed, not encrypted

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Check out the OWASP Top 10: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Top_Ten_Project

Also, read up on proper password storage. You should NOT be encrypting passwords, rather they should be salted and hashed. There's a good article here that explains how to do that properly: https://crackstation.net/hashing-security.htm. Take their advice and don't write that code yourself, use a library, but learning the proper princeples is always a good idea.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

My apologies, the passwords are hashed not encrypted. I didn’t know there was a difference before now.

and stores passwords in an encrypted state

Do you actually mean encryption, or are you using salted hashes? Because encryption is reversible, and if you store your passwords in a reversible format, you're doing it wrong and are not safe, regardless of any other security measures you've taken.

You would think that since it’s encrypted there isn’t much they could do.

Again, depends on if you mean encryption or hashing. For encryption, if you get the encryption key, you have everything.

With hashes, you mostly have to brute-force them. You can use techniques like computing rainbow tables from password dictionary files, but if a compromised database has properly salted hashes, you'd have to recompute the entire table for each row you wanted to crack, vastly limiting its potential.

And you're making the assumption that database access is all the danger these hackers present. If you don't have a secure site, there are several different threat vectors that have various levels of danger that they present (Cross-Site Scripting, Cross-Site Request Forgery, SQL injection, the list goes on). That, and good old-fashioned phishing attacks, where the attacker presents a site that looks just like yours with a login box that actually just writes whatever you type in into their own database.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

My apologies, the passwords are being stored in a salted hash (bcrypt) and the site has an https certificate.

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Recently, I got an SSL certificate for my website. Through cloudflare. It works fine on desktop chrome and safari, redirecting all traffic to the https server. However, when I try it on safari and chrome mobile, it says “unable to open webpage because safari cannot establish a secure connection to the server”. Any ideas? Thanks ! SSL is set to flexible, TLS is set to 1.0

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You can use this website to check your SSL cert. https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Thank you ! Everything worked absolutely fine. Still won’t work on mobile, though

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You see everyone talking about how companies are planning on switching from US made (insert here) to something made in a different country, but has anyone actually gone out and switched? Has the US been negatively effected even a bit yet?

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Hi everyone ! recently, I finished building my first website to have a backend database (MongoDB). I bought a domain name, but now I can’t seem to figure out how to host it off of my own server, running my database. Every tutorial I watch tells me to use a hosting company. Any help would be appreciated, thanks !

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Most people seem to be steering you away from hosting at home, but they're not telling you why.

I think hosting a server at home can be a great learning experience, but there are some serious concerns to be aware of. Here are the steps involved and their costs and risks:

  1. You'll need a static IP address. Google "What is my IP address" to find out what your IP address from your ISP is now (don't check your computer because it will probably only show your local IP address - you could check your router or DSL/cable model though). Most ISPs don't guarantee you'll have the same IP address every day unless you pay extra. So if you want to guarantee that when someone types hypog1.com (or whatever you registered) it will go to your computer, call up your ISP and find out how much extra a static IP costs. Note that this may be more expensive than paying for a shared hosting service (which is what everyone else is recommending that you do).
  2. Back everything up. If this is a computer that you rely on, that has important things on it, you'll want to back up all of your shit seriously. Once you expose your computer to the Internet as a server, bots will start attacking it from time to time. Sooner or later you WILL get hacked and you'll have to reformat and start over, then figure out what happened and fix the vulnerability.
  3. Install a web server. Apache is a solid choice. If you know Java, consider TomCat. Other languages have server software designed for them, so pick whatever you need. Test it out locally first, you should be able to connect to your server from another computer in your same house.
  4. Next, set up port forwarding on your home router. That way someone who connects to port 80 on your IP address goes to the computer in your house that runs the server. Now anyone on the Internet should be able to type in your IP address and get your website.
  5. Finally, go to whoever you used to buy your domain name, and put in the IP address of your server in the A record. Within a few hours anyone in the Internet who types in your domain name will be able to get your website.
  6. Keep all of your server software up to date. Apache, MongoDB, whatever - they all have security vulnerabilities from time to time. Every time one is found and released publicly, it's a race between you and millions of script kiddies who will quickly try to exploit that weakness to hack into various websites for fun and profit. You need to be extremely diligent about keeping your stuff up to date. Note that the biggest risk isn't that someone hacks into your site and steals stuff or trashes it, the biggest risk is that they turn your computer into a bot in their botnet without you knowing about it. Your computer will keep working normally and then suddenly one day in the future it will wake up and start attacking other sites on behalf of whoever controls the botnet. You'll be helping them attack some target to bring it down, and it could get you banned by your ISP.

Here's why the risk is less when you use a hosting provider:

  1. You don't have to have a static IP address, that's included in the price - for cheap hosting plans, you'll actually share an IP address with lots of other people (the domain name determines which site someone gets).
  2. Your hosting provider will be your first line of defense against attacks. No, they won't completely stop them, but they will actually do some work to help filter out many attacks so they don't even reach your server.
  3. Some hosting plans allow you to use server software that's maintained by the host, so you don't even have to install Apache and keep it up to date, they'll do it for you.
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Original Poster5 points · 2 months ago

Thank you very much! This was very helpful and informative

No one seems to be answering your question of how to use your own server. Here's a link* explaining the process for Windows and Linux. Just focus on the Apache part and use Mongo instead of MySQL.

Still, I'm not sure what your end goals are for this website, but I think that hosting your own server is best for educational purposes and small, personal projects. If you want to make a public website (especially a commercial one), you will almost certainly want to use a cloud server.

*NOTE: I chose this link because it was literally the first result when I Googled "host web server from home" and it looks like it has the info you need. Did you try asking Google before posting here? I sincerely do not mean to be patronizing, but in general learning how to Google your questions is a very important skill for developers!

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Original Poster5 points · 2 months ago

Thank you ! And I did try to google it, but I probably used the wrong key words. I suppose for now I’ll just use digital ocean, but I appreciate the info for the future if I ever decide to host myself.

“How to destroy your rotator cuffs and stretch out your shoulder socket”

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22 points · 3 months ago

Well if you swim it with proper form, your shoulders should be fine. It’s just when you swim it sloppily that issues arise.

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4 points · 3 months ago

No way it’s just that repetitive motion that causes it. But I mean what do I know. I was a sprinter so I despised anything over 100yds

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According to my coach (who is a very qualified and respected coach), proper form butterfly will not do any damage to your shoulders.

They have not announced what the future planes will be called. They have played with names (Dreamliner, Sonic Cruiser) but they could also simply move to higher numbers. One of the great things about numbers is that there's an infinite amount of them.

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Original Poster2 points · 3 months ago

This is true, but “Boeing 299,792,458” doesn’t have quite the same ring to it.

2 points · 3 months ago

They've already made far more than 10 types of airplanes. So, I guess they'd just keep making them.

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Original Poster1 point · 3 months ago

But how do they name them then?

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Original Poster1 point · 3 months ago

Edit: it appears that the query got messed up upon submission, so just copy past this into the search bar:

(100w/69kg)/(power output of the sun/mass of the sun)

Thanks!

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0 points · 3 months ago

Nice recovery there.

I respect that, honestly. i dont think anyone has the info you're looking for, tho, everything is still extremely preliminary as far as I know. The Department of Defense and the Pentagon has been tasked with establishing a sixth branch of the US military, Space Force.

They have until Aug 1 to submit initial plans. We probably won't know a whole lot of details until then.

Here is my source for this. thats pretty much all anyone knows for now.

sorry if i came off as abrasive, its too easy to forget there are still people interested in honest discussion and not just shit-slinging. you seem like a decent dude.

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Thank you, and thank you for the information. After our initial interaction you were very respectable as well. I suppose you’re just used to hostile interactions on the internet.

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Original Poster2 points · 3 months ago

Hey that kinda worked it slowed down for a while but eventually started but again!

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Try imagining it connecting to two other gears in a triangle formation, such that it is touching two gears that are also touching each other. It would be impossible for any of them to spin without breaking (which I find doesn’t happen in these mind images).

Original Poster1 point · 3 months ago

They just move through each other.

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Ahhh shit. The only other thing I could suggest would be imagine shooting it with a really heavy projectile repeatedly.

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